Tasting notes, super fruity, strawberry. blueberry and citrus with a smooth sweet finish.
Guji Highland is a 250 hectare, family owned farm by Wodessa Yachisi. The Guji Highland tops out at 2300m. The farm planted in stages, is between 3 and 4 years old, the seedlings cultivated each year are collected from indigenous mother trees. The farm’s production is 100% organic and the moment, rich with organic matter which has been left to decomposed over decades. Only natural process coffees are produced on the farm currently, but they have plans to build a fully operational washing station and an eco-lodge for coffee tourists.
In addition to the Guji Highlands farmland, coffees are also sourced from smallholders or out growers in the local vicinity, making up an additional 400 hectares of prime coffee land. Each of the smallholders who work with Guji Highland are managed and given expert advice, starting from seed selection from wild coffee tree to production and processing.